Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Pakistan's Problems

Joseph B. Varner, the Chair of National Defence and Foreign Affairs Studies at Canadian Centre for Policy Studies, has an interesting take on what's going on over in Pakistan.

Varner argues it might not be wise to force Pakistani leader General Pervez Musharraf to step down because whoever replaces him might be worse.

Isn't that always the way with that part of the world. It just seems to keep getting worse.

1 comment:

rondi adamson said...

Well also, Musharref is better for us. Not to mention that everyone seems to have forgotten how corrupt Bhutto is.